The busiest primary night in August features four incumbents at genuine risk of losing their primaries. On the GOP side, Rep. David Schweikert (AZ-01) faces young self-funder Elijah Norton, who attacks the incumbent's ethics. And pro-impeachment Rep. Peter Meijer (MI-03) is fighting for survival against Trump-endorsed John Gibbs. On the Democratic side, Reps. Haley Stevens and Andy Levin are squaring off in suburban Detroit's redrawn 11th CD. Jump to a state: August 2nd: Arizona | Kansas | Michigan | Missouri | Washington August 4th: Tennesssee

AZ-01: David Schweikert (R) - Scottsdale and North Phoenix Lean Republican. Schweikert, who was reprimanded by the House Ethics Committee and fined $50,000 for campaign finance violations, is being massively outspent by young, wealthy GOP vehicle warranty businessman Elijah Norton, who has self-funded $3 million. Although Norton calls Schweikert a "corrupt politician," he's more focused on casting Schweikert as soft on a border wall (despite many pro-wall votes) than the six-term incumbent's ethics. However, Schweikert just received Donald Trump's endorsement (to local politicos' puzzlement) and could be bailed out by the presence of a third

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